In years 1 to 6, the educational programme is based on the National Curriculum for England, adapted and enhanced to the international context. As students enter Year 1, they are introduced to discrete subjects (English, Maths, Science, etc.) which form the base of their learning for the remainder of their time in school. Within each primary class, the class teacher has overall responsibility for academic progress and pastoral care of the students in their class and is also the primary link with parents.
By the time a learner leaves Key Stage 2, their curriculum experience in the school will enable them to demonstrate an understanding of the curriculum subjects and how they relate to the real world. Students will transition to the next phase with an internationally benchmarked assessment profile that outlines their progress and academic attainment.
Subjects studied in Primary: Mathematics, English, Science, Information Technology, Amharic or Afan Oromo, French, Humanities, Art, Music, Physical Education and Learn Together.